HOW DOES RCC WORK?

Captioner listens and transcribes conference call.

Deaf/hard of hearing RCC participant reads the captioned conference call/meeting using a computer monitor, tablet
or mobile device.

 

RCC participant who prefers to TYPE: 
The RCC participant types (3a) comments or questions and sends via “Message to Captioner”. Captioner (3b) reads aloud the RCC participant’s comments or questions to conference call participants.

 

RCC participant who prefers to SPEAK:
The RCC participant speaks directly to conference call participants via the same conference bridge used by the captioner.​

 
VIDEO: Relay Conference Captioning  (click to play)

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